While becoming increasingly connected, cars are also getting more vulnerable to remote hacking – there’s no compromising on automotive cybersecurity. One of the scariest scenarios is that attacks will affect not only private cars but also entire fleets of vehicles. This is something that Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, has addressed at the (…)
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Major automakers continue to face cyber security vulnerabilities with connected cars, and it seems to be only a matter of time before the next incident will hit the headlines. Recently, Keen Security Lab conducted a security assessment of BMW Cars where they discovered several vulnerability findings with local and remote access vectors in BMW connected (…)
McKinsey & Company, together with the Global Semiconductor Alliance, have written an article about car’s transition from a hardware-driven machine to a software-driven electronics device, and how this shift will affect auto industry’s competitive rules – a good summary how the car of the future is driven by software! See the full story here.
The innovative carputer solution Motion T was showcased to visitors at Slush, the primary meeting hub between investors and startups worldwide, in Helsinki, Finland. Combining business and technology, Slush was on the front line to cover the topic of Mobility as a Service (MaaS), addressing advancement of technology, key challenges and latest business development of (…)